Mathematics

Mathematics, more than any other human endeavor, relies on deductive reasoning to produce new knowledge from the investigation of natural events, whether they occur in our immediate environment or in the immensity of space. It serves as a universal language which represents, interprets, and integrates all such knowledge.

The subject of mathematics is divided into algebra, geometry, analysis, and probability. Some of the concepts of each of these subdivisions are particularly useful in helping to discuss or solve problems in other fields. These concepts are frequently called Applied Mathematics.

Mathematics
Mathematics Tutor

Ms. Ariel Kennell Boehr
akennellboehr@eureka.edu
(309) 467-6814
Sanders Hall Room 203
300 East College Ave.
Eureka IL 61530


Dr. Prabhu Venkataraman
prabhu@eureka.edu
(309) 467-6433
Sanders Hall Room 201
300 East College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530

36 hours of coursework, consisting of the following:

All of the following:    
MAT171 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I 4
MAT271 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II 4
MAT272 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III 4
MAT275 Differential Equations 3
MAT280 Discrete Mathematics 3
MAT310 Probability and Statistics 3
MAT315 Linear Algebra 3
MAT320 Abstract Algebra 3
MAT340W Foundations of Geometry 3
MAT415 Real Analysis 3
One of the following:    
CSC135 Computer Science I 3
CSC165 Computer Science II 3
TOTAL:   36

Students in this program will double major in Mathematics and Secondary Education with Teacher Licensure.

93 hours of coursework, consisting of the following:

All of the following:    
MAT171 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I 4
MAT271 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II 4
MAT272 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III 4
MAT275 Differential Equations 3
MAT280 Discrete Mathematics 3
MAT310 Probability and Statistics 3
MAT315 Linear Algebra 3
MAT320 Abstract Algebra 3
MAT340W Foundations of Geometry 3
MAT415 Real Analysis 3
One of the following:    
CSC135 Computer Science I 3
CSC165 Computer Science II 3
One of the following:    
PHS110 Introduction to Physical Science 4
PHS111 Introduction to Earth Science 4
Or any 4-credit Physics (PHY) course   4
TOTAL:   40

Professional Education Requirements:

   
All of the following:    
EDU170 Introduction to Curriculum and Instructional Design 3
EDU185 Foundations of American Education 3
EDU227W Educational Psychology 3
EDU228L Exceptional Child Field Experience 0.5
EDU229 Educating the Exceptional Child 3
EDU242 Secondary Methods in Mathematics I 1
EDU280 Introduction to Middle Grades 3
EDU342 Secondary Methods in Mathematics II 1
EDU350 Language and Literacy in Adolescence 1
EDU366A Secondary Diversity Practicum 1
EDU366B Secondary Content Practicum 1
EDU390 Educational Technology 2
EDU415 Secondary Classroom Management 2
EDU431W Educational Assessment 2
EDU435 Field Experience for Secondary Student Teacher 0.5
EDU442 Methods of Teaching in a Secondary School 2
EDU455 Education Seminar 1
EDU466 Student Teaching 14
TOTAL:   43
Plus all of the following:    
HED179 First Aid, CPR, and Injury Prevention 1
  HIS250, HIS251, or PSC150 3
MAT260 Statistics 3
PSY207 Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development 3
One of the following:    
COM110 Introduction to Public Speaking 3
THA130 Acting I – Introduction to Acting 3
TOTAL:   10

20 hours of coursework in Mathematics numbered 171 or above, including at least 6 hours at the 300-level or higher.